Book Academy Discourse

" Why it's good to take risks. Possibly." Professor David Spiegelhalter (University of Cambridge), Friday 7 November, 18:00

50th anniversary of Bell's Theorem

Belfast scientist John Stewart Bell (1928-1990) fundamentally changed the world of science when he disproved Albert Einstein in 1964

Book Public Lecture

Mapping the mad god’s dream: text mining, literature, and the city by Jon Oberlander presented by the Insight Centre for Data Analytics and The Digital Repository of Ireland

Classical Studies Colloquium & Public Lecture

The economics, politics and sociology of city and countryside in classical Athens’, free public lecture by Professor Robin Osborne - Book Now

Art and Architecture of Ireland

Special offers when you pre-order Art and Architecture of Ireland published for the Royal Irish Academy and the Paul Mellon Centre by Yale University Press

Western Towns Symposium

Western Towns Symposium 'Learning from the past: mapping our future', Thursday 23 October, The Hunt Museum.

The Academy for the Sciences and Humanities

The Academy champions Irish academic research. One of its principal roles is to identify and recognise Ireland’s world class researchers. It supports excellent scholarship and promotes awareness of how science and the humanities enrich our lives and benefit society. Take a tour About the RIA

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